City of Hendersonville announces holiday collection schedule and street closure during Turkey Trot 5k

Press release from the city of Hendersonville:

Office closure and collection schedule

All City of Hendersonville government offices will be closed on Thursday, November 26, 2020, and Friday, November 27, 2020, in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday.

There will be no garbage, recycling, or brush collection on Thursday, November 26. On Friday, November 27, collection will resume regular schedule as well as include collection for the Thursday routes. The 2020 Holiday Garbage, Recycling, and Brush Collection Schedule can be viewed at

For water/sewer issues occurring on November 26, 27, or the weekend, please use the after-hours number at (828) 891-7779

Hendersonville Turkey Trot 5K street closure

On Thursday, November 26, the Hendersonville 8th Annual Turkey Trot 5k will be occurring throughout downtown. Participants will notice changes aimed at promoting social distancing including an open start window between 7:30 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. On Thanksgiving morning, 5th Avenue between King Street and Main Street and between Church Street and Main Street will be closed to vehicles. Main Street will remain open to traffic, but drivers are asked to remain vigilant for participants along the course.

The course travels from 5th Avenue E to Main Street, Barnwell Street, Washington Street, 4th Avenue W, Valley Street, through Oakdale Cemetery, Ehringhaus Street, and returns to City Hall along 5th Avenue. A course map and more information is available at

Registrants may pick up their race packets on November 24 or November 25 from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. in the City Hall lobby located at 160 6th Avenue W. Please wear a mask and wait six feet apart when visiting the lobby and when unable to socially distance on the day of the race.

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